I'm doing good. Have a constant feeling of going a million directions and being overwhelmed. In the week since I've been back, I've spent several hours helping my in-laws with some business stuff for an art thing they're doing this weekend. And I'll be up there Friday night through Saturday night helping with the art show. Meanwhile I've tried to catch up after being gone (still haven't cleaned the dead bugs off the wood floors upstairs) and make time for my aunt and grandma who are here visiting. It has been difficult to juggle everything. And the last few days when I should be spending my lunch break working on thank you's from our trip and reading and doing my bible study, I've been eating with the staff because its Rob's last days at the office.
So, on my to do list: tonight I should hang out with family but also should be cleaning house since we host bible study tomorrow night (am not helping out with the youth group this year and instead am trying to spend more time with Bethany). Should also do my bible study... eek. Thursday is bible study night. Friday night we head north to help Ryan's folks. May be taking one of the international students to help us with the kids. Sunday should hang out with family but its supposed to be nice so I'd like to work in the yard. Its full of leaves, flower beds are full of weeds. The garage needs cleaned out (or have it fall down like its slowly doing) so I can try to park my car in there when the snow flies. Really need to change my bed sheets and clean my bathroom. Want to start planning to totally re-do the carpeted room. Am thinking of a rolling wall in there that will act as a divider from the front door area and give people a place to remove shoes, etc
Still thinking about adoption but feeling like I don't have time to do the paperwork so I probably don't have time to care for another child. Maybe we need Scott to get a little more independent. We're working on that with him. He's picking out his own shirt and underwear, is going to the potty without help including un buttoning his pants, etc.
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